January 28, 2013
Provides fleet management hardware and mobile workforce management solutions primarily to the demand response passenger transport and taxi markets.
October 22, 2012
Mentor Ranger in-vehicle computers are installed on Butte Regional Transit’s (B-Line) paratransit buses. Electronic manifests have allowed the B-Line to significantly reduce the amount of paper they use, and with accurate status and location information now available, on-time performance is easier to track and analyze.
April 16, 2012
Piatt County Public Transportation chose CTS Software to supply Trip Master Enterprise Edition paratransit management software, which provides routing, scheduling and reporting functionality. Seamlessly integrated with TMEE and installed in each vehicle are Mentor Ranger rugged mobile computers.
January 25, 2012
Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority will receive a complete end-to-end transit intelligent transportation system, including computer-aided dispatch and automatic vehicle location capabilities, real-time bus location, and status information and next-stop information for $2 million.
December 16, 2009
System gives dispatchers the ability to see the exact location of all the vehicles under their care so they can quickly send the closest available driver to a new trip.
March 18, 2009
Mobility Plus paratransit service is for riders unable to access conventional or bus rapid transit in the nine municipalities of York, Ontario.
February 17, 2009
The Mentor Streets ITS system allows LYNX to track buses in real-time on color-coded, highly customizable maps.
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